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Nov 10, 2013 8:45am EST
-called terrorist threats. now we see the catch-all an around chris being used a lot -- anarchist being used a lot years after the animal rights activists this 2005 were deemed top domestic terrorism threats. now it's anarchist. i was at the republican national convention in florida the year before last, and the police issued -- or the fbi issued a report of an anarchist threat because on top of the building there was some graffiti near, i guess, where some of the delegates were and a brick. and so taken alone and even though there were very few protesters there, they issued a report, the media carried it, and it continues to perpetuate negative stereotypes about individuals who are merely, in cases, exercising their first amendment rights but are being deemed because they question the status quo and corporate or government policies, they're now called anarchists. but the labeling is very real because, as you know, that can be used to stigmatize, alienate groups and even in the case of animal rights activists create federal legislation. the animal enterprise terrorism act that in many cases punish
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